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Term: tab

(tab') n.

1. an invisible character, used to indicate horizontal displacement or as a separator between fields.

2. the corresponding key on the computer keyboard, used to type a tab character or to advance to the next field, text box, cell, etc.

3. a small visual indicator of the presence of one of a set of parts of a dialog, document, or other object displayed in a single window.

v.i.

4. to press the tab key to advance to the next field, text box, cell, etc.

Term: tabbed

using tabs (definition 3) to provide access to multiple parts of a dialog or other object in a single window.

Term: tab-delimited

(tab' di lim' it id) adj.

having fields separated by tab characters.

Term: table

(tA' bul) n.

a two-dimensional arrangement of data, in rows and columns, expecially as a way of storing or displaying data.

SAS word: TABLE

Statement, TABULATE procedure.

Term: table lookup

(tA' bul look' up) n.

getting additional information in a program by finding a key value in a table and obtaining information about that key value from the table.

SAS word: TABLES

Statement, FREQ procedure.

Term: tabulate

(tab' U lAt') v.t.

to create a table for the display of data or summary statistics.

tabulation, n.

SAS word: TABULATE

Procedure. Ref: PSPPR:Procedures. PSPL:Analyzing Data:TABULATE. SPG.

SAS word: TAN

Function. Tangent. Ref: PSPPR:Functions. PSPL:Functions and CALL Routines:Mathematical Functions. SLRD:Functions and CALL Routines.

SAS word: TANH

Function. Hyperbolic tangent. Ref: PSPPR:Functions. PSPL:Functions and CALL Routines:Mathematical Functions. SLRD:Functions and CALL Routines.

CALL routine. Hyperbolic tangent.

Term: tape

(tAp') n.

1. plastic film or a similar material of a fixed width and substantial length on which information is stored, usually by arrangements of magnetic particles.

2. an extent of tape stored on a reel or in a cartridge, used as a storage volume.

SAS word: TAPECOPY

Procedure. z/OS.

SAS word: TAPELABEL

Procedure. z/OS.

Term: target

(ta:r' get) n.

1. the object or destination at which the results of an action are placed.

The target variable must be long enough to contain the value returned by the function.

2. the intended outcome or result of an undertaking; business objective.

3. a dependent variable or a set of dependent variables in an analytic model.

4. a person, object, or area selected for action or change.

v.t.

5. to select or use as a target.

Term: task list

n.

a list of currently executing programs or tasks.


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